We are very fortunate to have these three little fellows in our lives. They are fun, wild, silly, smart little boys and we love them so much.
Ezekiel. Baby Boucher.
Not growing up.
At one point I directed Katie to lick me.
I think that's when they lost it.
the best kind
Katie and I drove to Omaha on Wednesday and came home Thursday.
Everyone is busy but I wanted one last visit this winter.
Won't be until Spring or Summer when we get to be together again.
Driving home was horrid. It was dark. Little flurries came down just enough to wet the roads. My headlights are so dim they are a menace. I said to Katie, if we crash and I die and you live, you must sue Honda for selling cars with these ridiculously dim lights. Did you know there is not a standard? Well. There should be. I could not see fifty feet in front of me with the brights on. Anyone else notice this problem? For two hours I felt like I was driving into a black hole. A nightmare I tell you. A nightmare.
I will not be driving at night any more.
I came home all shaken up....
Serious anxiety over it all.
Tomorrow we are going to Chicago for lunch.
Emma has a boyfriend and he is visiting her for the weekend. We
would just love to meet him, so we are going down to the city for a how-do-you-do lunch.
Patrick is coming and he will be driving.
My least favorite holiday is coming.
But this year I will be happy to say Goodbye to 2017.
Big challenges and tragedies,
Big disappointments and worries.
But forward I will look with hope in my heart and thankfulness on my lips.
I mean. Just look at those happy boys.
And as for 2018...